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There’s More to Biophilia than Just Plants….Throw Caution to the Wind

First published in Design Middle East

By Hala Yousef

Biophilia is Latin for “Love of Life”, later popularized by Enrich Fromm in his work to describe the biological drive toward self-preservation. 605 more words


World Malaria Day 2018: What is it, when, and why do we need it?

In 2018, malaria remains a life-threatening disease that affects nearly half the globe.

On April 25, World Malaria Day aims to highlight the risk malaria still poses, and to celebrate the work that’s already been achieved. 585 more words


Further Thoughts On...Limited Access: Stateless Health

Should access to universal health care systems to extend past citizenship?

            This week Ishan and I celebrated World Health Day; an annual event organised by the World Health Organisation in order to raise awareness of certain global health problems. 1,571 more words

2 patients in Singapore were infected with listeria strain (similar to Australia outbreak)

SINGAPORE: Two patients in Singapore had been infected with a listeria strain similar to an outbreak in Australia tied to rockmelons, according to a statement issued by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Monday morning (Apr 16).  315 more words

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What is World Health Day and why is it important?

We’ve endured Dress Up Your Pet Day and tittered through National Tea Day; finally, World Health Day is a campaign that really can make a difference.  554 more words